State Football 1A

Big Horn's Kade Eisele takes down Pine Bluffs' Seth Tangeman during the Wyoming State High School Class 1A/11-man Football Championship on Nov. 11 at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

Josh Galemore, Star-Tribune

Pine Bluffs: Haize Fornstrom, Andrew Fornstrom, Ishmael DePaulitte, Wyatt Fornstrom, Hunter Jeffres, Brad Schmidl, John Merryfield, James Merryfield; Big Horn: Will Pelissier, Quinn McCafferty, Kade Eisele, Kade VanDyken, Nolan Rader, Seth Mullinax; Upton-Sundance: Clayton Louderback, Dawson Butts, Payton Watt, Jayden Caylor, Jarrett Schloredt, Tanner Hofland; Cokeville: Antheny Petersen, Bentley Johnson, Rick Nate, Sterling Murdock, Cordell Viehweig, Tristan Nate; Rocky Mountain: Lathan May, Tristan Jewell, Wyatt Horrocks; Wind River: Jaren Guina, Colton Beefus; Saratoga: Wyatt Cox; Shoshoni: Mason Lucas; Southeast: Chase Lovercheck, Tanner Hort, Hunter Woodruff; Lusk: Drake Lamp, Damion Molzahn; Wright: Dax Yeradi, Cole Thomas.

Offensive Player of the Year: Haize Fornstrom, Pine Bluffs

Defensive Player of the Year: Kade Eisele, Big Horn

Lineman of the Year: Seth Mullinax, Big Horn

Coach of the Year: Will Gray, Pine Bluffs

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Jack Nowlin returned to the Star-Tribune in 2007 after eight years covering Michigan State University athletics. A Wyoming native, and a graduate of Jeffrey City High School and the University of Wyoming, Jack serves as the Star-Tribune’s sports editor.

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